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  1. Highlighted New and Updated Courses for 23W

    There are some new additions and replacements for courses offered by the Faculty of Science. Read on to learn about these highlighted courses.ATSC 413: Forest Fire Weather and ClimateWildfire hazards are increasingly threatening people living near the urban/forest interface. These threats are… read more

  2. Trying to re-register in a course in term 2?

    If you are trying to register in a course that you attempted in term 1 (and did not pass or have a W standing), you may not be able to register yourself into the same course in term 2. Here's what you need to do:1. Check if there are available seats in the course and try to register yourself:​If… read more

  3. Where You Sit Matters

    Which Seats Get the Best Grades? You might not give much thought to that person in front of you who is just checking their email or scrolling on social media, but that brief distraction could lower your grade. Dr. Wickenden joins SCI Team to share where to sit in the classroom.SCI TeamSCI… read more

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    To Take Summer Courses or Not, That Is the Question

    Summer can be your time to relax, but four months could be a little too much time! If you still have some energy left from the year, taking summer courses may not be a bad idea.Consider Some Reasons to Take Summer Courses1. Reduce Your Winter WorkloadBy taking summer courses, you can reduce your… read more

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    Study Hall

    Just like in the movies - except with more (effective) studying. Looking for a study space and resources to maximize your potential with university-level academics? Science Study Halls are designed specifically for UBC Science students. Come for the dedicated study space, the study… read more

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    First Year Course Registration Webinar

    Getting ready to choose your courses for first year? Learn more through this webinar.About the WebinarBuilding from the First Year Course Registration information online, learn how to choose and register for your first year Science courses.Join Science Academic Advisors for details on how to… read more

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UBC Science acknowledges that the UBC Point Grey campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm.

Learn more: Musqueam First Nation

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